SR Story | Jake Tewalt scored 22 points and Pomeroy (19-2), ranked sixth in state 1B, advanced to regional play after a win over the Cardinals (15-5) 45-41 on Friday in the District 9 1B title game at Colfax HS.
SR Story | With the score knotted up at 55 and the clock ticking down, Ferris guard Jace VanLierop figured the last shot would come from teammate Michael Ervin, what with Ervin’s team-high 24 points and all.
SR Story | Billy Ames provided a spark in the final two quarters, and his hustle proved infectious as the Bears rallied to knock off visiting Lewis and Clark 53-46 in a 4A subregional boys basketball loser-out game.
SR Story | Midway through the third quarter of the 5A state semifinals on Friday, Post Falls was in great shape. Standout junior Melody Kempton was dominating the paint, leading the Trojans to a double-digit lead over top-ranked Eagle. But over the final 12 minutes, things fell apart.
SR Story | Right off, Central Valley coach Freddie Rehkow could tell that it probably wasn’t going to be one of those nights when his defending state champion Bears lit up the scoreboard with a blistering offense. And still, CV knocked off Gonzaga Prep, 69-38 to claim the …
SR Story | Central Valley senior Braedon Orrino overcame himself and the anxiety baggage that dogged him throughout high school Saturday at Mat Classic XXIX. Orrino was on point, dominating for an 8-1 decision at 145 pounds to finish his career as a State 4A champion.
SR Story | Mead’s Chase Tebbets (106), Central Valley’s Bridger Beard (138) and University’s Hunter Greggerson (170) all earned championships and advanced to state and Mead took the team title at the 4A regional wrestling meet at Hanford HS on Saturday.
SR Story | The 4A regional for the Greater Spokane League schools is Saturday at University, beginning at noon. The winning team, the top two all arounds and the top four individuals per event not on the winning team and not one of the two top all arounds …
SR Story | Mead’s Zella Conley finished with an all-around score of 36.8 to take home individual honors, but it was not enough to overcome host University in the final Greater Spokane League 4A gymnastics meet of the regular season.